Arquitectura de Marcas Destino y Cobranding de Marcas Turísticas: Enfoques de Gobernanza Territorial

Resumen

Un Destino puede ser entendido como el conglomerado de muchas marcas que representan públicos distintos con intereses diversos. Al modo en el que se establecen las relaciones formales entre marcas se le denomina en marketing ‘Arquitectura de marcas’. Las tres estrategias principales para realizar cobranding son la Monolítica’, la de Respaldo y la Multimarcas. La elección de una estrategia implica que unos intereses han predominado sobre otros en el diseño de la estrategia de gobernanza para el territorio.

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2018-09-23